BirdIQ Desktop 1.6 is now available for download and includes a new Accounts tab that lets you export Twitter accounts to Excel.
In addition to the existing tabs that let you export tweets, followers, and following, the new tab lets you export 55 columns of data for each account you specify.
Just add the account names (with or without the @ sign) and hit search. The list of accounts can be quite large — hundreds if you like.
BirdIQ then collects the data for each account into an Excel file for you to analyze.
Here’s an example Excel file: accounts-2018-01-17–08-35-06.xlsx.